In Italian and in the Romance languages there is only two gender, the greatest part of the ancient Latin neuter has got masculine (ending -o) and the other one are become feminine (they take the ending-a).
The English don't have the genders, they are disntinguished only in the third singular persons by the personel pronouns and by the possesive adjectives from they derived.
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